I can see many circumstances, for our film distribution and media archiving clients, for example, where ADR and ADW would work as partners on the same project
Boston, MA (PRWEB) February 4, 2009
Advanced Digital Replication, Inc. (ADR), expanded their operation by forming sister company, Advanced Digital Websites, Inc (ADW). Established on March 1, 1998 by founder R. Harvey Bravman, ADR is a leading full-service CD, DVD, custom print solution and media archiving company that recently added film distribution to their list of services.
Advanced Digital Replication, Inc began developing websites and providing search engine optimization services in January, 2006. "We had just archived over 117,000 minutes of video to DVD and converted the files to streaming video for the Forum Institute of Politics of Harvard's JFK School of Government. This allowed people throughout the world to download the videos from the web", cites R. Harvey Bravman, "We knew we needed to broaden our services beyond CD and DVD replication to meet our client's growing needs. Soon it became apparent that Search Engine Optimization or SEO would become our niche in the market", states Bravman. "We've become semi-obsessed with developing optimized sites and helping businesses optimize existing sites to generate more revenue opportunities. In our view, optimizing a company's website is the most cost-effective means to increase revenue."
Expanding to two companies, Advanced Digital Replication, Inc. and Advanced Digital Websites, Inc. enables each company to more clearly market their distinct services. "I can see many circumstances, for our film distribution and media archiving clients, for example, where ADR and ADW would work as partners on the same project" states Bravman. "Our core competency has always been project management and managing complex logistics, we believe that will be the strength of each company."
To mark the event, ADW launched a new site and ADR launched its site redesign on January 2, 2009. In addition to detailing services offered by the companies, each site is equipped with resources to educate and inform. The ADW site , for example, provides a host of web traffic tools, search engine optimization and web design articles. ADR's site features sample DVD packaging schematics, a replication blog and resource articles.
The expansion has included some promotions within each company and plans for further development. Brought on by ADR in 2005, Catie Hayes is the VP of Web Services for ADW, while longtime staff member Leanne Jacobellis has been named the VP of Client Services for ADR. ADR and ADW will continue their pro bono work for local charities, and, in the near future, ADW plans to announce the formation of the Conscious Web Initiate that pairs web professionals with non-profit projects in need of web design and marketing services.